Visions are worth fighting for. Why spend your life making someone else's dreams?

— Orson Welles from the movie Ed Wood (1994)

Working primarily with video and text, my multidisciplinary practice orbits around inquiries of displacement, tension, and situation. Becoming a repatriate of Portland, Oregon after a stint as an Army brat during the latter Bush presidency serves as the nexus of my politically conscious work. By exploring tactics and strategies in cinema, advertising, and contemporary art, I embed my disquieted American dream into time-based spectacles and DIY-inspired objects. Currently, I am exploring the modular properties of video and the potential applications of these deconstructed elements as solo entities.

Special thanks to the PNCA MFA Visual Studies class of 2016.

Video Art and Documentation

More videos are available on Vimeo.

Installations and Situations